Repair/Troubleshoot your used car: buy this Hyundai Motor Company Getz, Hyundai Click repair guide.
Production/model years: 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10
The following models are covered by this manual: Getz Click / Hyundai Motor Company
Serial numbers: all
Manual Language: English
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15 technical specifications about the 2002-2010 Hyundai Getz, Click:
Engine options include a 1.1L, 1.3L, 1.4L, and 1.6L gasoline engines, as well as a 1.5L diesel engine.
• The 1.1L engine produces 62 horsepower and 89 Nm of torque.
• The 1.3L engine produces 82 horsepower and 119 Nm of torque.
• The 1.4L engine produces 97 horsepower and 125 Nm of torque.
• The 1.6L engine produces 105 horsepower and 143 Nm of torque.
• The 1.5L diesel engine produces 82 horsepower and 167 Nm of torque.
• Transmission options include a 5-speed manual, 4-speed automatic, and 5-speed semi-automatic transmission.
• The Getz/Click has a front-wheel drive layout.
• The suspension system consists of MacPherson struts with coil springs in the front and torsion beam axles with coil springs in the rear.
• The brake system includes disc brakes in the front and drum brakes in the rear.
• The fuel tank capacity is 45 liters.
• The turning circle diameter is 9.6 meters.
• The overall length of the vehicle is 3,810 mm.
• The overall width of the vehicle is 1,665 mm.
• The vehicle has a curb weight of 915 kg to 1,170 kg, depending on the model and engine.
Beginner's Guide to DIY Car Maintenance
Regular car maintenance is essential to keep your vehicle running smoothly and to prevent unexpected breakdowns. Parts can wear out or become damaged with time, and routine servicing can help identify and fix these issues before they become more severe. It is recommended to have your car serviced at a certain time interval or after a certain number of miles have been driven.
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Regular maintenance can be done by yourself, which not only saves you money but also helps you understand your car better. However, some tuning parts may require specialized equipment for maintenance, and in such cases, it is better to seek the assistance of a professional.
To begin with, you can easily perform basic maintenance tasks like checking tire pressure, topping off fluids, replacing spark plugs, and cleaning air filters. These tasks are simple and do not require advanced knowledge or special tools.
Proper maintenance not only prolongs the life of your car parts but also improves its performance, power, and safety. Regular maintenance can improve fuel efficiency, increase power and traction, and make your car safer to drive.
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